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Best Advice Ever: Be Cool with Being Different via @Inc

Best Advice Ever: Be Cool with Being Different via @Inc

| October 14, 2014 | 0 Comments

Hey Under30CEO, For years I spent my life trying to fit in.  I acclimated myself to my surroundings, tried to assimilate to society, and followed the straight and narrow path in hopes I would be accepted by the people around me. If you’ve read Under30CEO for a while, you know by now, I put an end to […]

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How to Attract People Who Are Ready to Work with You

How to Attract People Who Are Ready to Work with You

| October 14, 2014 | 0 Comments

I work with business owners around the world who want to grow a lucrative practice of ideal clients. Nearly everyone I speak with has the same issues and more often than not they experience frustration around people approaching them only to tell them they aren’t ready to sign up yet. I coach my clients on […]

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The Art of Lucrative Travel Blogging

The Art of Lucrative Travel Blogging

| October 13, 2014 | 0 Comments

It may sound glamorous, but the life of a travel blogger is not necessarily as plush and relaxing as those “fun in the sun”, “relaxing in paradise” photos suggest. While free trips to the worlds’ most famed destinations and complimentary stays in five star resorts are just about everyone’s dream, let’s face it, they don’t […]

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6 Reasons Men Should Be Doing Yoga

6 Reasons Men Should Be Doing Yoga

| October 10, 2014 | 0 Comments

Yoga is exploding in the United States. 20.4 million Americans participated in Yoga in 2012 and the number of yogis is on the rise. Not surprisingly, over 82% of these yogis are woman. Where the men at? For some reason western society as a whole associates yoga as a feminine activity, so many guys roll […]

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How To Get A Call From Shark Tank

How To Get A Call From Shark Tank

| October 9, 2014 | 0 Comments

Yup, you heard right. That was a voicemail that I received from Catrina who does casting for Shark Tank! As you might have guessed, I was shocked to hear back. I auditioned in DC six months prior, and since I didn’t hear back from them I thought they had no interest in my idea. As […]

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On Friday, I Quit Google. Here’s Why

On Friday, I Quit Google. Here’s Why

| October 7, 2014 | 0 Comments

This isn’t the first time I quit my job, but it will be the last. Honestly, saying goodbye to Google was supposed to happen a year ago.  And six months before that. If you ask my friends, they’ll tell you that I’m kidding myself and Google is too good to let go. They’re right, but […]

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Life Lessons from a Triathlete and Entrepreneur With CP

Life Lessons from a Triathlete and Entrepreneur With CP

| October 2, 2014 | 0 Comments

To those of you who never heard of Team Hoyt you may have to Google them and when you do you will see something amazing. Last year “we” (myself and my teammate) tried to attempt the impossible, The “Kona Ironman” which is an Olympic-distance triathlon on one of the toughest courses in the world. Why […]

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Flow: the Gateway into Superhuman Performance

Flow: the Gateway into Superhuman Performance

| September 29, 2014 | 0 Comments

Have you ever had an experience where life just seemed to “make sense”? Maybe you were playing a sport? Creating art? Writing? In an amazing conversation? Time seemed to stand still and fly by at the same time. You were so immersed in the moment that hours flew by in what felt like seconds. This […]

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Why I Failed as a Student and Succeeded as an Entrepreneur

Why I Failed as a Student and Succeeded as an Entrepreneur

| September 26, 2014 | 0 Comments

According to my high school report card, I shouldn’t be where I am today. My college GPA will concur. Ask around among my teachers and former classmates and they’ll probably recall me as a below average student, at best, and “that kid with learning disabilities,” at worst. Growing up with dyslexia is no walk in […]

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How to Break Free From Entrepreneuritis Syndrome

How to Break Free From Entrepreneuritis Syndrome

| September 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

“No Sweat Means No Wealth” With the level of technology we’ve reached today, it’s no wonder that more and more young individuals decide to undertake their passion and become entrepreneurs, myself included. From a young age, I broke free of the 9-5 mentality and decided to go on the road less traveled: entrepreneurship. I didn’t […]

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